British government to roll out solar strategy

One (green) option will be sailing the island south.

“The British government this summer will unveil its first solar strategy to help encourage sector growth, Energy and Climate Change Minister Greg Barker said.”

Read more at UPI.

How much sunlight can the UK harness?

3 thoughts on “British government to roll out solar strategy”

  1. Many people in the UK use electricity for their heating. It is most in demand during the winter months. Due to the geographic location of the UK, it is typical for the sun to come up at 9:30 AM and set at 3:30 PM during the winter months. We won’t even mention their persistent overcast. It is a very unlikely place to rely on solar generation.

    P. T. Barnum was right. There is a sucker born every minute.

  2. Surely we can’t keep on being so stupid. It is unbelievable that supposedly intelligent people would hardly give this a second thought, never mind waste so much money on it.

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